Spread beautiful and sweet look plus calming nuance simply through color to your home and feel positive vibe after that. Today, I picked soft millennial pink as the grand color scheme to decorate home. We all know that this kind of color scheme delivers style and warmth as well to any home styles, and as I know, the color is one of most trending color options for homes.
Pink featuring green is always lovely; Pink visualizes warmth in smooth and sweet way. I also see a beautiful contrast here but it still blends well with other existing colors like greens and brass finish.
Soft pink tiles in the shape of bricks can also be best option to replace the white ones if you’re feeling bore with white subway tiles for your bathroom. This idea of course would be brilliant if you feature the tiles with white grouts to create a visual contrast.
Soft pink can also be perfect option for a feminine-warm feel. It delivers relaxing look and potentially be nicest background for any furniture styles. Pink versus brass finish, pink versus natural wood, and pink versus vividly green are just the real examples how this color scheme can work to any other colors.
I always love the combination of pink blush and white. Both are clean look and soft in visual, obviously helpful to set up my dream room like this one. The softer pink on walls here clearly gives a perfect color pigment when it becomes the background wall for the floor lamp that’s finished in bolder pink.
Really stunning in both color and physical design. This accent chair adds the style to this room. Other pieces like pink planter plus its tropical houseplants, cool side table, and ultra-modern floor lamp are also helpful to level up the room performance.
I see the bolder pink than previous ideas and when the greenery and dark color scheme are featured, it’s amazingly beautiful. The chosen color, pink, looks more pigmented.
Simple, clean, and stylish – this is the proof how pink blush can be adaptable in any rooms, including the kitchens. Its soft look can be able to make your tableware much more obvious, meaning that the white ones can look purely white, while the colorful ones can be much bolder.
Pink for a vintage home décor? Could it work? At least this color will give a new and refreshing nuance to the room. Sometimes we need to add something different to get a unique style in home décor idea.
Well, in my opinion, both concrete surface and pink tiles are textural in different aspect, color and physical texture (only can be felt by touch). Each also has character that can enrich the wall look. Copper here also adds another textural color, giving more richness to this cool kitchen.
When featured with multicolored tiles, pink offers calmest and simplest look; also can be a good balancer in this kitchen.